By Jonathan Emmett
Hot-diggerty! Whatever's that?" exclaims Mole as he burrows out of the floor one evening and catches sight of the moon. He thinks it is the most lovely factor he is ever noticeable and he wishes it, so he units approximately attempting to pull it down - to no avail. while all his efforts end up to be in useless, he unexpectedly notices the moon's in a puddle at his toes and reaches to select it up and breaks it. negative Mole is inconsolable, till he's proven that the moon isn't damaged in any respect, yet simply as attractive as ever, putting within the sky like a shiny silver coin. And it isn't as close to because it seems to be!
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She is joint author of Working with Children's Language,also published by Winslow. She is currently working in the city of Coventry. For the sake of clarity alone, this text uses 'she' to refer to the child. uk Reprinted 1997, 1998, 1999 Copyright © Jackie Cooke, 1996 All rights reserved. The whole of this work including all text and illustrations is protected by copyright. No part of it may be copied, altered, adapted or otherwise exploited in any way without express prior permission, unless in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright Designs and Patent Act 1988 or in order to photocopy or make duplicating masters of those pages so indicated, without alteration and including copyright notices, for the express purposes of instruction and examination.
Leave the child alone to explore the toyyou could fix up a wind source, such as an open window or a safe portable fan, to keep the chimes moving. Similar activities You can carry out similar activities with different kinds of equipment. For example: bells; balloons with bells inside; balls with bells or stones inside; pom-poms (such as cheerleaders usethese rustle as they are shaken); home-made toys and mobiles: for example, hang fir cones on strings so that they will knock together in the breeze, perhaps spraying them with gold or silver paint first; You will need: a set of wind-chimes, either hung where the child can easily see them, or held in your hand.
Page 14 Similar activities You can carry out similar activities using objects and toys to attract attention to your hands. For example: Decorating your hands: bright rings and bracelets; bright nail-varnish or paint on your nails; large white or colourful gloves; paint your hands with patterns or little people; glove puppets, finger puppets; tie bells around your wrist. Using toys: wave toys such as flags, windmills, giant bubble wands, and so on; hold a large teddy or other soft toy, and walk him towards the child; ring bells, shake shakers, and so on; use mobiles and musical toys which work when you pull their strings; use 'pullalong' trucks, toy animals and so on.